Re: Christmas Dinner?
Somewhere along the way I was doing 2 Christmas dinners - both with turkey and ham (since not everyone like one or the other). Then about 4 years ago, we decided to move our Christmas closer to New Years when it was just easier for the girls to come home. After one year of the traditiona dinner, they asked if we could have one of our traditional "Junk Food Days". Years ago, when they were little, on New Years we'd have just snack food so I could watch football. That was something that they started inviting their friends too and it just kind of grew. Didn't realize how much of an impact it made on them!!! So now, we do a traditional dinner at my mother-in-law's house and "Junk Food Day" at my house for Christmas. I have to say, it really gives me more time to spend with the grandkids now that they have started coming along!!!